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Sometimes work becomes so hectic that people can block out everything else in their life — including love — in hopes of making a successful career for themselves. There are plenty of benefits of staying single and marrying later in life.
Still, the thought of one being single later into their life made us wonder — what types of work are these people in that has them so wrapped up? We looked through some Census data to see which jobs are most common for single people at age As mentioned before, a lot of the most common jobs for single year-olds appear to fall under industries with high turnover.
A possible explanation for this could be that workers are so concentrated on their craft and making their careers as stable as possible, that they cannot fit a serious relationship into their personal life schedule. Finally, a fair amount of the jobs listed have a commission aspect to them. There may be incentive to work longer hours with the opportunity to be paid more, again decreasing the opportunity workers have to enter a serious relationship.
Analyzing data from the American Community Survey PUMS dataset, we looked at all full-time workers aged 40 and ranked their professions by the percentage of workers who were single. We then separated the study into men and women and ran the same calculations to see what are the most popular jobs for year-olds by gender.
As the millenial marriage rate continues to decline and the of Americans who will always remain single and never marry continues to risethe percentage of single workers in the workplace can be expected to rise, too. A study by the Pew Research Center displayed that women most want job stability in a potential partner.
Just for kicks and gigs, we wanted to see which jobs are most likely to be in relationships by Vote count:. No votes so far! Be the first to rate this post. McLeod Brown. His work at Zippia focused on understanding the relationship between colleges, debt, and jobs.
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